5 Jun 2019
This week we are focusing on how we in the electronics industry can reduce our environmental impact as we celebrate World Environment Day (5th June) and World Oceans Day (8th June).
Recently, in the UK we have been faced with so much market uncertainty surrounding our exit from the European Union and we are no closer to knowing the future of Brexit. The recent uncertainty has meant that many electronics manufacturers have found it difficult to forecast for production. This coupled with ongoing supply issues means electronics firms are holding on to more stock than they normally would.
We live in a connected world where more and more items are becoming “smart”. The rate that this is happening is meaning component lead times are sometimes not measured in days or weeks, but months, quarters and calendar years. During production runs, having a reserve of parts ready to go is prudent, but what about when projects end? This guide illustrates how cleaning out surplus stock generates extra space and money.
On Friday 8th September, across the UK, companies hosted tea parties and bake sales as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.’ Excess Inventory management company, CCL, were no exception taking it one step further by extending it to a two-day event in efforts to raise as much money as possible for the charity.
What is Consignment Partnership? Consignment Partnership is the best solution for your excess stock when you need to free up warehouse space, want a high financial return, but have time to wait for market demand in order to achieve the best prices. We take your excess electronic components inventory into our warehouse and proactively market your stock on your behalf, whilst you maintain ownership.
Spring was a season of celebrations for excess inventory management company, Computer Components Ltd (CCL), as three staff members reached the significant milestone of 15 years employment with the company.
When it comes to inventory management, it’s easy to put excess electrical components to one side in the hope that one day they will come in handy; but is this the best thing for your business? Not only is the stock depreciating, it may also be costing you to keep it in storage.
During their 20th anniversary year, UK based excess inventory management company, CCL decided to expand their team further to keep up with demand for their services and ensure continued growth.
If the weight of your excess electronic component inventory is a worry, now is the time to have a detox.
Adam Chinery, Managing Director at CCL, and Gayle Paterson, Account Director, Buzzword Tech, discuss the company’s 20-year anniversary and find out how CCL play an active role in supporting Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Electronic Manufacturing Service Providers (EMS) customers, enabling them to get a financial return on the excess component inventory that they may hold.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of our newest team member Tom Bendall, from Sales Administrator to Account Manager.
Every two years in November, thousands of people flock to Munich, Germany. This could be to do with the variety of fantastic local food and drink on offer, but the main reason is because Munich is host to one of the world’s largest electronics trade shows.